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what we do

What is distribution?

OWE’s distribution process of the by-products from the production stage depends on each individual client need. We offer onsite and offsite solutions. This can range from selling electricity to localized buyers, selling gas, upgrading to bio-fuel and selling digestate as rich soil nutrient to replace chemical fertilizers.
Who can benefit from it and how?

OWE’s distribution process helps companies to use clean and affordable energy both onsite and offsite, for an uninterrupted flow of their production process, given the current Eskom power challenges.

By using organic waste as a raw material it is possible to produce biogas for a variety of uses. For example, this bio-fuel can be in the mobility industry. It’s also possible to mix it with natural gas to feed boilers, kitchens, heating, etc. It can even be used as fuel for electricity generators.

What does our distribution process include:

This activity will enable OWE to conduct a status core analysis that is aligned to your needs and to provide youwith an implementation strategy

This will help OWE to determine the following:

  • Quantities/volumes of WasteStorage of Waste
  • Current equipment and tools being used
  • Frequency of waste collection
  • Alternative solutions for landfill diversion are proposed such as composting & WtE technologies
  • Costing of the job based on the site assessments and solutions proposed to address needs analysis.
  •  Signing of contract

After contract has been signed the following will take place:

  • Team assignment – team aligned to the success of the project i.e.
  • Supervisors and general workers will be placed in accordance with the needs analysis.
  • On-site sorters(to be determined from on-site assessment)
  • Supplying of waste containers (to be determined from on-site assessment)
  • Equipment hire (to be determined from on-site assessment)
  • Tools and safety clothing (to be determined from site assessment)
  • Types of vehicles required (to be determined from site assessment)

Issuing of disposal certificates once delivery has taken place at safe treatment facilities.

The benefits

Companies build a “doing business for good” reputation.

Companies become resource independent, and appreciate their waste as a valuable resource.

Companies can use their waste as a resource in their production process and thus reduce costs, thus off setting their scope 1 using their scope 3 emissions.